(Note that this is not the same as the people who think all projects should obviously be using their favorite license and any projects that aren't have made a tragic mistake.
It's my considered opinion that the most appropriate reply to a serious expression of this attitude involves some fingers, because really, what other reply is there to someone who believes they get to tell you what sort of work you'll do in your free time and what should matter to you? The choice of open source license matters because it changes what sort of work people are doing when they work on a project.Some people don't care exactly what sort of work they're doing, perhaps as long as it's open source enough (and that's fine).It can also be used to create default settings that are applied to an application when a user launches it, and this can be used to reduce the amount of time it takes to get users applications configured for the first time.The other support tool is the Help Desk support tool.The Helpdesk support tool allows helpdesk agents or other IT support to restore a backup of a user settings archive.
Planning for a UEM Deployment There are a couple of questions you need to ask when deploying UEM.I gave in to the temptation of some bait from a co-worker on Twitter, and it turns out that the conversation has made me want to say a couple of things. There's a not uncommon attitude among (some) people that other people are too religiously attached to various open source licenses and should get over it.So what if you don't like the specific license some project opted for?UEM Components There are four main components for VMware UEM.The components are: The UEM Console is the central management tool for UEM.These are the main questions that come up from an infrastructure and architecture perspective, and they influence how the UEM file shares and Group Policy objects will be configured.